‘Ghost Gear’ is haunting our oceans and seas
Our oceans are being haunted by ‘Ghost Gear’. This abandoned or lost fishing gear is the deadliest ...
Merging fashion and conservation to protect our ocean
WWF-New Zealand is joining forces with Arise Collective to help clean up our oceans through ...
IUCN recognises Aotearoa's marine mammal diversity by declaring nine Important Marine Mammal Areas
Great news for our marine mammals! The IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) are ...
WWF-New Zealand Reviews Green Party’s Ocean Policies
Today the Green Party announced their “Thriving Oceans Plan” to highlight their Ocean policies to ...
WWF-New Zealand to host a political debate for our ocean
On 17 September, WWF-New Zealand are hosting a socially-distanced event in Wellington called Our ...
WWF-New Zealand applauds putting farming practices on the agenda
We applaud the Green Party for putting unsustainable farming practices on the agenda this election. ...
WWF’s Living Planet 2020 Report reveals two-thirds decline in wildlife populations on average since 1970
In less than half a century, global populations* of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish ...
Cameras on Boats is a big step to bring our fishing industry into the 21st Century
WWF applauds the Government’s big step to bring our fisheries into the 21st century with a $40-60 ...
WWF-New Zealand is taking a stand for our ocean
This election, WWF is amplifying the voices of New Zealanders as they call for a better protected ...
VELUX, in partnership with WWF, commits to capture its historical carbon footprint and become Lifetime Carbon Neutral
The VELUX Group commits to reduce its future carbon emissions and capture its historical carbon ...
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